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Layout Blinds

Layout Blinds

Layout Field Blinds for Waterfowl Hunting by KillZone Hunting Outfitters. We have a selection of ground blinds for deer and turkey hunting!

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  1. Lay 'n Slay© Layout Hunting Blind

    KillZone Lay 'n Slay Layout Waterfowl Hunting Blind with Field Khaki
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  2. Lay 'n Slay Layout Hunting Blind with Zero Detect Camo Pattern

    KillZone Lay 'n Slay Layout Waterfowl Hunting Blind with Zero Detect Camo
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  3. Classic Accessories Heritage Hunt Retriever Dog Blind

    Classic Accessories Heritage Hunt Retriever Dog Blind and Decoy Bag

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Setting Up A Layout Blind

The first and most important rule of any hunting strategy: Safety. When you’re on the hunt, safety must be prioritized above everything else. This next tip should go without saying, but it’s important, so we’ll say it anyway. Remember to keep your gun pointed down range 100% of the time that you’re in your hunting blind. You never want your gun pointed in the direction of someone elses hunting blind.

The next step in setting up a layout blind is to be sure that it’s concealed properly from your prey. This doesn’t just apply to the way it looks, but its scent as well. Your game will instantly register your blind as a foreign object if it still has that “new blind” smell. It has to blend into its natural surroundings as much as possible. Make some mud with dirt and water, and apply it to your blind. Use the brush growing around the blind to cover it up.

Setting up your blind requires you to be aware of your surroundings. Put time and effort into picking a location. Set “kill holes” with the others if you’re hunting in a group. Also consider the land around you when picking a spot to set up your blind.

After you set up your blind, set up your decoys. Be strategic about how, and where you place them. Multiple decoys should be close enough together to resemble a family group, but spaced enough apart to leave an open space for birds to land.

 
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